Colin Collette filed a lawsuit suit against the Holy Family Parish of Inverness in Chicago, Illinois, parish on Thursday, December 4, 2014, arguing that since the state recognizes gay marriages the church should too.
It’s still murder.” The woman who shared the obituary fired back at Christensen, saying, “Jason Christensen get off my thread now.
November 23, 2016 (Life Site News) – After months of successful pro-family marches protesting an attempt to amend the constitution to create homosexual “marriage,” Pope Francis’ new apostolic nuncio to Mexico has come with a perplexing message for Mexicans: Don’t march, but rather enter into “dialog” over the gay agenda.
Braxton Taylor tragically took his own life at the young age of nineteen.
And as NNN reports, “People close to the case…have called Taylor’s death an ‘LGBT suicide’ on various ‘ex mormon’ websites.” The story of Taylor’s death got an ugly postscript after a woman who lived near Taylor shared the boy’s obituary on Facebook. He added, “Read the scriptures, stop denying the scriptures,” he replied. But one must recognize what’s sins and what is not sin.
"This complementarity is at the root of marriage and family, which is the first school where we learn to appreciate our own and others' gifts, and where we begin to acquire the arts of living together." The Christian Post reached out to multiple individuals within Holy Family Parish of Invernes. In a statement given to NBC Chicago earlier this week, the Chicago Archdiocese said that hiring and firing decisions by congregations should be in line with the teachings of the Church.